We traveled all around England, Scotland and Ireland and we finally stayed at this hotel on our last night. All of the other hotels we stayed at did not have A/C so we were really really excited to blast up the air and sleep comfortably. Comfy bed, updated bathrooms.
We stayed here the night before we flew back to the States, and it was comfortable. Check in was easy, and paying up front made our check out a complete breeze, as we were headed to the airport. The staff was friendly, attentive and responsive.
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Orbitz has you covered with 24 of them. Meaning you can easily find a cozy — and convenient — home base for exploring some of Meath's attractions, such as Phoenix Park.Best times to visit Meath
If you're planning a trip to Meath, consider visiting in January, November and July. Orbitz offers great deals 365 days a year, but during these months, you'll save the most — 21%, 18% and 15%, respectively.Arts and culture in Meath
Put a little culture on your itinerary in Meath.
You can also learn a thing or two while exploring Meath — just dive into the books at Blanchardstown Library and Eason. The knowledge-filled halls and campus of Institute of Technology , Blanchardstown, and Department of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery may be worthy of a tour.Where to stay in Meath
Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action, or would prefer a quiet corner of Meath, there's a neighborhood for that — check out Phoenix Park.Where to stay in Meath
Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action, or would prefer a quiet corner of Meath, there's a neighborhood for that — check out Phoenix Park.What to do in Meath
From the soothing, stress-melting treatments at Aspire Health Acupuncture & Massage to the adrenaline-pumping rides at National Aquatic Centre, there's something for everyone in Meath.
If you're looking for an activity that's fun for all ages, head to the silver screens at Odeon Cinema Blanchardstown, or the slick bowling lanes at Leisureplex Blanchardstown where you can enjoy a classic American pasttime and show off your swing to the locals.Getting to Meath
If you're flying in, head for Dublin Airport — it's one of Meath's main transportation hubs.Where to eat in Meath
You have to eat while in Meath, so why not enjoy it? Grab a snack or order up some serious grub at Phoenix Park.Outdoor activities in Meath
There are ways to kick back in Meath beyond its marquee attractions. Lennox Laboratory Supplies and Phoenix Parkare great places to get some fresh air and spend time outside.Outdoor activities in Meath
There are ways to kick back in Meath beyond its marquee attractions. Lennox Laboratory Supplies and Phoenix Parkare great places to get some fresh air and spend time outside.
We got this hotel as part of a flight-car-hotel package (for nine nights) and were pleasantly surprised at the quality of the hotel. Though our room was a FAR walk from the main lobby with--count them--290 steps to the parking lot, the hotel was clean, comfortable, the bed was great, and the staff friendly. The shower overflowed onto the bathroom floor, though, due to a poor setup in the shower door structure, and the wait one night in the hotel restaurant was 40 minutes for our food (and with very mediocre service). Food is great, though. Terrific family atmosphere with lots of kids and families on holiday. Enjoyed talking with other guests and their kids (though noise was an issue most evenings, especially on the weekends). Five-minute walk to a mall and 20 minutes into Dublin city center. Would like to have been closer to city center, but it was also convenient to M50, helpful for our other day trips.
A very good hotel, a bit further out of the city center than others but with the tram stop right at the hotel, and airport bus (Airlink 747) stop right at the hotel as well, it is very convenient. Staff was great and room was nice and spacious- a good find.
This hotel was in a great location. Right across the street from Christ Church Cathedral, down the street from the Guinness tour, Temple Bar, Dublin Castle, restaurants, pubs, buses, etc etc
I stayed in the main castle on the third floor. The room was breathtaking for the view, as well as its grand size and elegant furnishings. I had kind servers at breakfast who even brought me a newspaper as an unexpected courtesy...food was delicious, too. I explored the Cooley Peninsula, one of the two suggested outings described in the hotel's brochure in my room. What a great way to spend the day, Carlingford was a delightful village. I also recommend the trails in the nearby Dun a Ri National Forest. The hotel staff will provide parking tips. There are a lot of stairs in the main building so if access is a concern be sure to talk to the staff about choosing the best location for your situation.